Our Jules Verne bar will be open every fridays from 5 PM and every saturdays from 4 PM.
For more information, meet us in front of the lobby on the first floor from 5pm to 11pm.
A rich abundance of nearby attractions and things to do makes Hotel Travelodge Québec the ideal gateway to it all when staying in Québec City. Whether you’re visiting for work and just have a few hours to kill between meetings or you’ve come to experience Québec City’s rich history, cultural attractions, stunning architecture and fabulous cuisine at its fullest, we can show you North America’s oldest French-speaking city like no other hotel can.
Travel back in time in the only fortified city north of Mexico and the oldest French-speaking city in North America. Explore a collection of architectural treasures unlike anything outside Europe.
Parc de la Chute-Montmorency is a spectacular 83-meter waterfall that dominates the landscape around it.
Home to one of the most beautiful glacial valleys in Québec, the spectacular Vallée de la Jacques-Cartier is a natural attraction that is both inspiring and serene.
This family friendly indoor entertainment destination features 18 rides and attractions, including bumper cars, an ice rink, a roller coaster, a Ferris wheel and arcades.
When the snow arrives, hit the slopes at Village Vacances Valcartier. You’ll find tubes, snow rafts, and a spinning Valcartier exclusive called the Tornado. With 17 mechanical lifts, 35 slides and skating rink with lights, music, hot cocoa and snowbanks, it’s the biggest winter playground in North America.
One of the only French-style institutional buildings in Québec City, Québec’s oldest historic site and the seat of Québec’s government is inspired by the Louvre Palace in Paris.
Visit the site of the Battle of Québec in 1759, where Montcalm’s French forces and Wolfe’s British troops battled for control of the town and the surrounding territory.
The most popular museum in Québec City features interactive exhibits, programs and family workshops about Québec’s culture and history. Guided tours are available for select exhibits.
Explore the beautiful countryside at your leisure with a delightful trip around Île d'Orléans.
Strap into a helicopter to see Old Québec, the Château Frontenac, the Montmorency Falls, l’île d’Orléans or the Côte-de-Beaupré from an exhilarating perspective.
Follow one of North America's oldest roads through Côte-de-Beaupré's stunning countryside and experience four centuries of history. Discover magnificent homes from the 18th and 19th centuries and rich historical and cultural artefacts.
When planning what to do during your stay in Québec City, the Travelodge team will be happy to recommend memorable attractions and things to do – from popular landmarks to hidden gems only a local would know about.